Start your Day off Right with a Tropical Fruit Smoothie.
Looking for a rich and delicious way to start off your day that is ready in a flash? Try this white chocolate peanut butter smoothie recipe. It tastes like a tropical milkshake and has peanut butter for protein, so you won’t feel hungry mid morning. This smoothie is just perfect to have before your morning walk.Breakfast on the go. A new term for me. I am the kind of girl who never eats a speck of food until 11 am and then figures she can eat a bit extra in the day because she didn’t have breakfast today. Trust me. It doesn’t work. I have been walking up early. As in 6 am instead of rolling out of bed at 9 because I didn’t get to sleep until 2 the last night. But since I found this new found motivation to lose some weight and get fitter, I have been sleeping so much better and naturally waking very early. (My husband thinks he has a new wife lately…)
So, waiting until 11 am is not an option. But neither is having a big breakfast that will slow me down on my morning walk, so I have discovered a new love of smoothies. They are rich and light….filling if you add peanut butter (because peanut butter is a food group to me) and taste so good!
Today’s concoction is a mix of a frozen tropical fruit mix (mangos, pineapple and strawberries) some frozen Baker’s Premium White Chocolate, peanut butter, and Rodelle pure vanilla extract, all mixed up with skim milk. Sounds good, no?I keep my chocolate in the freezer. That way I don’t have to use any ice to water down the drink. It stays rich and luscious to the last drop! Even with the peanut butter and chocolate, this one won’t break the calorie bank, either.Off for my run….see you all later!
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